The final day of the convention, I, like everyone, was tired and did not do very much other than what I had to do: the EV Classics Fair presentation on EVO, which I did with Elizabeth at 10, and the webcasting of the Hot Topics panel on Gaming and Gamification at noon. The Classics Fair presentation was sparsely attended, but I enjoyed talking about the EVO to those who did come because they didn't know anything about it--the target audience for the presentation. With Robert Wachman's able assistance, the webcasting of this presentation went off without a hitch. It was a bit uncomfortable being tethered to their computer with a headset but it was OK. We did not have any synchronous attendees online, but hopefully people will watch later.
For the gaming panel, Vance and I were challenged by several factors, including late submission of PowerPoints , changes to PowerPoints after submission (so what we were webcasting did not match what the f2f audience was seeing), and worst of all, ppts uploading in a weird order so that we had to jump around and search for the correct one and sometimes the correct slide. It was dicey but Vance is so cool under pressure I don't think anyone watching the webcast recording will notice much. If you are reading this and would like to watch, I will post the link here later.
|The Gaming & Gamification panelists (Rick, Rodrigo, Katie, Jeff, and Elizabeth) with moderator Roger Drury|
|Same, plus webcast team members Nina and Vance|